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Sir, My computer hang after start

Sir, My computer hang after start and beep , without starting the window XP and showing the message as CMOS Checksum error - default loaded , press F1 to continue and DEL to enter set up / Q flash. thereafter the computer hang and not beep again after repeated try. I checked the connection, memory card , both the fan and drive etc. but computer not beep again after the start . What shall I do and what is the problems.

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  • open cpu cabinet you need to change cmos cell on the motherbord because it has not proeper voltage so every time when power off your bios forget settings so change cmos cell and then check. Let me know if you need more assistanse. Thanks.

  • machadojr_fe May 11, 2010

    how many beeps does it gives you and how long are the beeps? Also what model computer is it?

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Hi,
Probably there's a problem with your CMOS battery, try to replace it and update you BIOS.Updating BIOS can be done through the Internet, download the latest firmware to update your BIOS.
Save and reboot your computer.
Hope this Helped!

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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